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  1. I've heard this from a lot of people, but my VFC AKS-74's rail works perfectly fine with my Cobra and PK-A.
  2. Why a Cobra? It's a romanian gun, not a russian one. I don't know what reddots the romanians use (if any), but I don't see why a Cobra should be any more probable than other types.
  3. It's a good idea to remove the gearbox before doing stuff like that, especially if you want to leave them out for a while to give them some weathering. Rusty AK - sweet, rusty internals - royal pain in the *albatross*.
  4. I tried that about a month ago, and he was out of stock of PK-A and PK-AS. The former will probably not be available again, as it is out of production afaik. I've done other business with Tantal though, and he definitely is a good retailer.
  5. The AK-100 series carbines all look the same, so your gun can replicate any of them by just using the appropiate mag.
  6. Looking great! One of the first decent Airsoft AK-47s I've ever seen.
  7. You can add the spring from a ballpoint pen to the bolt spring, this will make the mechanism stiffer again.
  8. I've read some bad stories about Kalinka Optics, so I wouldn't bother ordering from them. Try Tantal: http://tantal.kalashnikov.guns.ru/ He doesn't have a working online store, but the site shows pretty much everything he sells (without price tags for some misterious reason though). My advice is to search what you're looking for on his site, if you can't find it, look at Kalinka. Then drop Tantal an email or call him directly. He's probably able to get it for you, and he actually is reliable. The best sources for russian stuff are often those that have the worst internet presence - don't l
  9. Nope, AK-74M has the same two mounting brackets as AKS-74: And I think the RS AK-74M stock is solid rather than hollow like on the dboys replica. dboys has the advantage of making it possible to fit a battery in the stock though, which is what I'm trying to do right now.
  10. The weathering looks damn nice though!
  11. If you want the gun for the occasional use or as a wall hanger, I'd go with the clone. If you want it as your main gun, I'd get a VFC or RMW gun. The RMW kits are cheaper than the VFC guns, but you need to get a mechbox for them or upgrade the Cyma box Ting sells with them, so you'll probably end up at about the same cost as a VFC (which is already great out of the box).
  12. It's a highcap, so this doesn't really matter.
  13. It's not an AK, it just uses some AK design elements. Much like the Saiga shotgun:
  14. No, it's not the wrong size. You just have to adjust the mounting clamp of the scope.
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